In Scotland we are blessed with so many fantastic venues to get married in – from impressive castles to sandy beaches, stately homes to ruined churches. The Coos’ Cathedral in Aboyne is one of the unique venues that can be made to be anything the bride and groom wants it to be – an old empty stable building, which can be decorated and arranged in extraordinary ways by the more visionary, creative couples.
Kate and Chris are one such couple, who worked hard in the run-up to their wedding to make Coos’ Cathedral look absolutely incredible. With homemade bunting, wild flowers in tin cans and beautiful celadon shades of green throughout, the converted stables were the perfect setting for a sunny summer wedding.

Kate, her maids and her family started their day in a beautiful, light-filled cottage nearby.

Kate’s bridesmaids looked so lovely in their Freja tailor-made dresses – matching the bridal car beautifully!

Meanwhile, Chris and his family and friends were getting ready nearby.

Guests enjoyed lemonade and teacakes as they arrived at Coos’ Cathedral.

The couple’s humanist ceremony included a traditional quaich ceremony to symbolise the sharing and the bond between the couple.

The sunny weather and lovely grounds were perfect for our couple photos.

The dining area in the great hall was set up with banqueting tables for the dinner.

Kate and Chris, we had such a fantastic time at your wedding – thank you for having us there and for making it all so much fun to capture.

We wish you a lifetime of happiness together. May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be always at your back.
We can’t wait to show you the rest of the photos too!